Bibliography of

North American Jewish Community Books

South Carolina

 

  1. Documents relative to a proposed settlement of Jews in South Carolina in 1748 Charleston, SC, The Daggett printing oc., 1903
  2. Hoopskirts & huppas: a chronicle of the early years of the Garfunkel-Trager family in America, 1856-1920 as written by Milton M. Gottesman. Variant Title: Hoopskirts and huppas New York, NY, American Jewish Historical Society, 1999
  3. Jewish marriage notices from the newspaper press of Charleston, S.C., 1775-1906 Barnett A. Elzas. New York, NY, Bloch Pub. Co., 1917
  4. Jewish roots in the Carolinas; a pattern of American philo-Semitism Harry L. Golden and Martin Rywell, Greensboro, NC, Deal Print. Co., 1955
  5. The Jewish cemeteries of Congregation Berith Shalome at Columbia, S.C. Barnett Elzas. Charleston, SC, Elzas, 1910
  6. The Jewish cemetery at Georgetown, S.C. comp. by Barnett A. Elzas., Charleston, SC, Elzas, 1910
  7. The Jews of Charleston: a history of an American Jewish Community Charles Reznikoff; with the collaboration of Uriah Z. Engelman, Philadelphia, PA, Jewish Publication Society of America, 1950
  8. The Jews of South Carolina from the earliest settlement to the end of the American revolution Leon Huhner, Baltimore, MD, The Friedenwald company, 1904
  9. The Jews of South Carolina, from the earliest times to the present day Barnett Abraham Elzas, Philadelphia, PA, J.B.Lippincott, 1905
  10. The Jews of South Carolina; a review of the article "Charleston" in col. 3, of the Jewish encyclopaedia by Barnett Abraham Elzas, Charleston, SC, The Daggett Printing Co., 1903
  11. The Jews of South Carolina; a survey of the records at present existing in Charleston by Barnett Abraham Elzas, Charleston, SC, The Daggett Printing Co., 1903
  12. The Jews of South Carolina; record of first naturlization in the province by Barnett Abraham Elzas, Charleston, SC, 1903
  13. The new Jewish cemetery of K.K. Beth Elohim at Charleston, S.C. Barnett A. Elzas. Charleston, SC, Elzas, 1910
  14. This happy land: the Jews of colonial and antebellum Charleston James William Hagy. Tuscaloosa, AL, University of Alabama Press, 1993